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If i had a primary outbreak all over my body, including genitals, thighs, stomach and inside my mouth what does this mean? I was diagnoised with type 1 and have only had cold sores since


do i still have genital herpes? can i shed the virus from my stomach? 

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1 hour ago, WilsoInAus said:

What you describe does not sound like a herpes outbreak.

Most probably you have an oral HSV-1 infectiion only.

Tested and confirmed from swab and visiual by doctor HSV1. It started in my genitals and spread all over like chicken pox. Since then I have only had cold sore a few times a year

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18 minutes ago, swagdaddy said:

So disregard the doctor and test?

I’d check your other post... didn’t this allegedly happen to a partner multiple months ago?

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13 hours ago, WilsoInAus said:

I’d check your other post... didn’t this allegedly happen to a partner multiple months ago?

No one responded to the my other post - I don't think it's relevant for you to try and crack my story as much as it is to give me advice. I am trying to understand what is happening to me.

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But that is not happening to gou. Just hours beofre this post you wrote somethings completely different. That is entirely relevant.

Frist, it is only a third hand storyof tvis girl with the all over outbreak. I suggest that the full facts are unknown.

Second, if you have herpes, then it came from your most recent partner. The girl from months ago is not relevant.

Third, have your teat results come through yet?

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